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Icon of Coil and [:SITD:] 11 September


            Introducing a brand-new album on Metropolis Records and embarking on their first U.S. tour in nearly ten years, reunited industrial electronic act Icon of Coil takes the stage with guests [:SITD:]  11 September at Milwaukee's Miramar Theatre.

                Featuring Andy LaPlegua of Combichrist, Panzer AG, and Scandy; Sebastian Komor of Komor Kommando, MELT, and Zombie Girl; and Christian Lund of Northborne, this Norwegian band was established in 1997 and has contributed to the scene their unique take on the industrial sound. 

                German ebm/industrial act [:SITD:] (an acronym which stands for Shadows in the Dark), also a member of Metropolis' roster, includes Carsten Jacek, Tom Leszenski, and Frank D'Angelo.  The band's name is
"a metaphorical expression for their music and lyrical content," according to the band's official homepage. 

                The Miramar Theatre is at 2844 N. Oakland Avenue in Milwaukee.  Tickets are $20 in advance at or $24 the day of the show.  Doors open at 7 p.m. 

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